CFC Paintball Armory - Their new field in Central Ohio - A Review
I recently had the opportunity to play paintball at CFC Paintball Armory's new field near Baltimore, Ohio. I would like to write a quick review of the field. The field is a GREAT Woodsball field! There are structures, castles, bunkers and LOTS of woods with neat trails running through them! The people that run it do a great job and are very safety-conscious. These folks have played paintball for years and understand the game very well. The terrain is varied with ravines, open fields, with and w/o structures, there is a small creek and an area where mowed paths run in between patches of trees and brush. This area makes for intense play if you get squads trying to move through it! I have played here quite a bit and they keep improving the field by leaps and bounds! There have been new struc...tures added since I played a week ago! This field is REALLy worth checking out. They also allow you to use your own paintballs! Since this is supposed to be a review I should post a few negatives. Negative Number 1 - There is an abundance of Poison Ivy! lots of the stuff! Be warned, if you have severe reactions to the stuff; be careful! Negative Number 2 - No HPA fills, come prepared! Negative Number 3 - there have been low turn-outs for their games. I really think that once people see the quality of this place as a field that the numbers will start to increase. This place is awesome, trust me! I have played most major (and many minor) fields in Ohio, and this is one of my favorite places to play! It is close to home, economical, laid back, but safe and offers a variety of terrains and challenges! Give them a try! You won't regret it!
No air? Well, that could make a day rather short...i need to get my gun's air leak under control...
But there is always the pistols...
A linky might be useful...i'll try googling, but that doesn't always work out as planned.
Wasn't hard to find actually, yays....
Only 1:40 mins away from me, so i might check it out sometime this summer
I have played the field prior to many of the improvements that I have heard about recently. It is a great field, even before the recent additions!
Just played this field last week. I agree that the people in charge have good knowledge and keep it safe. I also agree about the poison ivy. There are lots of open paths between forts/bunkers but there are areas of this field that are still very overgrown and thick. Can be a plus or minus depending on how one prefers to play. Turnout was around 18 players, which made for some slow playing at times, but they shortened the field when needed to make it more interesting. I will definitely go back.
One thing I will add: it is very hilly, so be prepared for some inclines! And in some of the thick areas, ground cover hides small drops and holes. Those with weak ankles will definitely want to wear some high boots.
I'm considering coming out this weekend, have yet to convince my brother that the 1 1/2 hour drive might be worth it.
They now have HPA available.
Too bad it seems like they are renting tanks, (charging per fill, instead of all-day) which is highly uneconomical...will find out tomorrow. Yays for having a scuba and access to my fields compressor!
Now offering all day air!
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